Uniform Resource Locator


A URL, or Uniform Resource Locator, is a unique address that identifies the location of a resource on the internet. A URL consists of several parts, including the protocol (such as "http" or "https"), the domain name, and the path to the resource. URLs are used to locate and access web pages, images, videos, and other resources on the internet. URLs are also used in search engines, social media, and other online platforms to link to specific resources on the web. Understanding URLs is important for SEO, as well as for managing and sharing online content.

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